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Men Working One Mile Back In Mine

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<p>Coal miners once cut coal from the face of the seam with a pick and loaded it with hand shovels. This photograph made in 1929 in the King Harlan mine in Kentucky shows methods which are now obsolete. Hand labor has been replaced by machines in all but the smallest mines.</p>

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Photography Kentucky Vintage Photography Industry